Remembering the Past, Shaping the Future: Neuberger Holocaust Education Week 2023

Neuberger Holocaust Education Week

Neuberger Holocaust Education Week, © Toronto Holocaust Museum

31.10.2023 - Article

Holocaust Education Week is an annual reminder of the atrocities of the past and a call to action for a better future.

In 2023, the Neuberger Holocaust Education Week promises to be a powerful and informative experience for all who participate. This series of events is organized by the Toronto Holocaust Museum and offers a wide range of programmes, discussions, and exhibits aimed at preserving the memory of the Holocaust and ensuring that the world never forgets the lessons it teaches.

This year's Neuberger Holocaust Education Week will feature a variety of events and activities designed to engage, educate, and remember. The opening night on Wednesday, November 1st, is set to be a captivating experience. Titled “One Hundred Saturdays”, the evening will be moderated by Avi Finegold and Phoebe Maltz Bovy, known for their work on the “Bonjour Chai” podcast from the Canadian Jewish News. Join us from 7:30 to 9:00 PM at the Leah Posluns Theatre, located at 4588 Bathurst Street, Toronto, as we embark on a journey through history and reflection.

To explore the full range of events and activities during Neuberger Holocaust Education Week 2023 and to register for the programmes, we invite you to visit the official website at https://torontoholocaustmuseum.org/events. Here, you will find detailed information on each event, including dates, times, and locations.

If you are interested in delving deeper into the history of the Holocaust Education Week and this year's programming, please visit https://torontoholocaustmuseum.org/neuberger-holocaust-education-week.

Holocaust Education Week is an opportunity to remember the past and to ensure that the lessons of history are never forgotten. It is a time for reflection, discussion, and a commitment to creating a better, more compassionate world. We hope to see you there, as we come together to honor the memory of the Holocaust and work towards a brighter future.


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